Bunny Chainsaw by Immy Smith
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Bunny Chainsaw is a leporid of the species Mucolepus magnapituita – commonly known as the Snotbunny. An age ago, way back in a time lost to the mists of evolution, the ancestral Snotbunnies decided the only way to deal with the bullying and mockery associated with their appearance was to become so fiercesomely poisonous and vicious that not even a honey badger would take them on. In fact, Snotbunnies are notorious for eating honey badgers when they can’t find candy canes or pineapples.

The only way to survive an encounter with a Snotbunny is to convince it you aren’t staring at it, and that you think it looks lovely – and completely normal, just like a regular bunny.

Too late. Bunny Chainsaw sees you. Oh yes. Bunny Chainsaw sees you are looking. Go on – convince Bunny Chainsaw you think Bunny is JUST like any other bunny…


Another automatic drawing that got totally out of hand XD A5, colour pencil, drawn on the train and in the breakroom – where one of my colleagues inadvertantly gave me its name… "its like putting something nice together with something horrible – like saying ‘bunny-chainsaw’ ".

Hello – I’m Immy, and I’m an odd combination of artist and scientists. I used to be a neuroscientist, and I love to cartoon brain cells. Find more neurotoons at the Journal of Cartoon Neuroscience and on twitter at @Cartoon_Neuron

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Comments

  • Regina Valluzzi
    Regina Valluzzialmost 3 years ago

    Ah bunny bunny, you don’t fool me. Squish your little ears and put them in my microscope. Bunny just wants some microtome love.

    by the way – like this!

  • Bunny would appreciate a good histological stain I’m sure. Thank yu muchly!

    – Immy Smith

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